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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 March 1904

THE RUSSIANS PILLAGING Koreans Fleeing From Their Homes Near Anju. RUSSIANS ARE SOUTH OF THE YALU. Japanese Scouts Report the Russian! la Greater Strength South of the Valu River Than They Expected A Japanese Mlnltter Informs Parliament el Conditions About Port Arthur. Seoul, (By Cable). Two Jetaeh mcnts of Russian troops, one estimat ed to number 500 and the other 200 men, are reported to be pillaging the country around Anju. The native Ko reans in fear are fleeing south. Anju is 40 miles north of Ting Yank, and about 00 miles south of the Yalu River. In order to provide for the require ments of the army of occupation the Japanese authorities have decided to extend the fishery concessions in the Korean provinces of Hwang 1 1 at, Chy ung Chyong and Ping Yang. Japanese scouts report that they have discovered that the Russian troops arc south of the Yalu in much stronger force than was thought. Blockading of Port Arthur. Tokio, (By Cable). The house of Representatives listened to a si...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 March 1904

"PRESUMPTUOUS SINS" A Brilliant Sunday Sermon Bj Her. A. B. KinsolTing, P. D. Sacrificing Iht Intertill of lh Spiritual aad Eternal to the Carnal and Temporal. Brooklyn, N. Y. l)r. Arthur B. Kin olving, rector of Chrint Church, preached nn excellent sermon Sunday morning, on "Prrumptuoiiii Sins." The two texts were from Matthew iv: S ami 0: "Then the devil taketh him into the holy city nil he net Him on the pinnacle o( the temple, and aaith unto Him, if Thou art he Son of (lod cast Thyelf down, for it la written. He shall live it in anncln charge concerning Thee; and on their hando thev Khali hear Tnee up, lent haply Thou dah .Thy foot apainat a stone. Jesus said unto him, "Aain it ia written, thou shalt not tsmpt the Lord thy God;" and Palm kix: 13: "Keep hack Thy servant also from presumptuous ain; let them not have dominion over me; then ahall I he upright and Innocent from the great trans greMiCi " Dr. Kinsolving aaid: In wm.Aiing our purpose of trying to in terpret the unfoldin...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 March 1904

FULTON COUNTY NEW s. Subscribe, Now. UDIIilkd bvery Thursday, this couuty-uot many-who are "m i donying theinwlvps of tl.o ploas- u. w. jus, Editor and Proprietor. : uro aml profit tho Filton coun- i i - TV Xl-WN Wnnlfl irivn t.lmm : to savn a dollar a year. J Joes it pay to starve your own intellect, to deprive your c hildren ol a menus of gaining information. and to bo behind your neighbors in matters of current intelligence just for a dollar a year? Come along. Wo are adding- new sub senners every day, and have cash enough on hand to moatm south i:aui. , Mr. and Mrs. David IlrubaUer Your Column. are on the sick list. To miow our upprcniiitiun of the ray In AkCONNELLSBURG, PA. MARCH 30, 1904, Published Weekly. $1.00 per Annum in Advance. Peter Me btt expects to burn ,0"Lo"n'-vN""",bel doP-- ,. u;'t,-l8 M DUD ert into th.. home, f the peop-r of ihlf. i-oumy. US SIX-eye limekiln SOOll. ( wehuveRctupnrt tmt oolumn for the KKEE Harrison Cutchall exnocts ft I ,Iworo'ir,',h,orlbR ''"-'"...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 March 1904

INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS White Rabbit Egg dye at Ir win's, Edward Zimmerman of Sylvan was a guest at the Lutheran par sonngo this week. bamuel Hess, one of Belfast township's prosperous farmers was iu town Tuesday. Editor Harry A. Thompson and his brother D wight, spent a day at Conference and took a little run down to the Quaker City. Mr. George C. Fraker of Fort Littleton, accompanied by his his daughter Helen and Mabel Wagner, spent a lew hours in town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Melius passed through town on Monday goiDg over to Frankiin county, to attend the funeral of their daugh ter, Mrs. Albertus Dorty. Buy your Easter Candies at Ir win's. Mr. John Barmont and family of Tod township, are moving to the farm recently purchased by Mr. Barmont tear Chambers burg. Mr. and Mrs. Barmont are excellent people, and we hope they may find their new home pleasant. In the reorganizat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 March 1904

1M IN WOMAN'S New York Clty.-Blonse Eton with , npw." xvlnti Is like pongee lo REALM llinulder enpes nre among the newest emits shown and nre peculiarly well suited to young girls. This May Man- color, for where pongee has a smooth MKUK in ill! Christendom 1.4 there a child , who lias been taught lo s.ty. "Now I lay nio down lo hI"('1, 1 pray Thee. I .old. my soul to keep," Imt has 1 1 : i r . I this Script tiro: "Now, when Jcmis was I ' n-1 1 In J ntlctt in tln days llothlehcm of of Herod, the cninc wise men King, behold, there from the east Id J rusiiletii, saying. Where is He that is born Kins of Hie Jews? for we have 8een His star iu the east, nml nre come to worship Him." At Bethlehem niny bo seen the Church of the Nativity, the oldest Christian church In Hie world, which marks the birthplace of the Saviour. He was born Into a land that had been ruled by srre.it rulers, oppressed j by infamous tyrants, fought over and ; plundered by merciless generals, and ; bo seamed and scarr...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 March 1904

HAPPY WOMEN. Wouldn't any woman be happy. After yenrs of backache suffering, Days of misery, night of unrest, Tbe distress of urinary troubles, She finds relief and cure? No reason wby any reader Should suffer in the face of evidence like this: Mrs. Almlra A. Jackson, of East Front St., Traverse Cily, Mich., snys: "1'or twenty years I never knew wliat it was to have good health. Al'nV MWS&s Everjr vbytU H il-Jpc8 UlSXr consulted tL-iJr'it HUA 1 nud !lver kr f "JSYl trouble. but their in odkiiit-s did oie no good. Just before I begun using Drum's Kidney Fills I was al- most paralysed. I could bardly stand on :ny feet because of the numbness am! lack of circulation. Had a knife been thrust into my kidneys the pain could not have been more intense. My sleep was disturbed by visions of dis torted figures. The kidney secretions were anuoyiiigly irregular, and I was lortured with thirst and always bloated. I i!ed seven boxes of Donn's Kidney rills. The bloating subslde-d until I weigh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 30 March 1904

Foley's Kidney Cure makes tho kidneys and bladder right. Con tains nothing injurious. Subscribe forone! What? Tay lor's new up-to-date Atlas of Ful ton con r.iy. Only It U estimated that it will cost the State at least .l,0(Ki,0CK)as its snare of replacing bridges de stroyed by the recent floods. This is a good time to sub scribe for the 1 ulton County News. Only a dollar a year in ad vance. liarvey Suydor has purchased from Mrs. Ella Fito of Thomp son tho farm known as tho "John Covalt" farm near Ceuter school house, and will get possession next fall In the East Show Window of J. K. Johnston's store you will see a line of Ladies' Underwear, Cor set Covers, and Ladies' White Skirts and Aprons varying in price from 23 to CO cents. Mrs. Annio Woollet of Wilkin s buig, l'a., and Mrs. Uonnio Wilds of Fort Littleton, spentlastThurs day with friends in McConnells- burg. Mrs. Woollett returned to Wilkinsburg ou Saturday. La grippe coughs yield quickly to tho wonderful curative quali ties o...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 April 1904

. mm mm VOLUME 5. McCONNKLLSHURG, PA., APRIL (J, 190. NUMBER 29. mm THE TWENTY-SECOND. Pennsylvania Cavalry, In Which Fulton County Men. Were SKETCH FROM BATES HISTORY. Did Valiant Service tor Uncle Sam During the Civil War and Had Plenty of Op portunity to "Smell Powder." In this engagement, Major Work was sent with his command to flank the enemy and attack his roar, which was accomplished with the most gratifying success. After the union of the two com mands at Hagerstown, the entire regiment, under command of Lieutenant Colouel Greenfield, advanced under General Averell to Martinsburg. On the 31st of August the division was attacked aud after a severe engagement, was driven towards Falling Wa ters. On the 2d of September it again advanced to Darkesville, and boldly attacked, capturing the enemy's wagon train. On the 3d, at Bunker Hill, and on the 4th at Stephenson's Depot, it was en gaged with largely superior forces of infantry and cavalry, and on the 7th, charged the ene my at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 April 1904

RETREAT JBEFORE JAPS The Russians Vacate Country South of Yalu. JAPANESE NOW OCCITY SENGCHENG. Mo Opposition to the Japanese Between Chen Juand Senechelnf Eighteen Miles West on the Fekini Road Japanese Elated by the Easy Capture of the Strong Town of Chcngju. Tokio, (By Cable). The ailvancc Rttard of the Japanese army in North western Korea, occupied the town of Scngchcng without opposition. Scng chcng in on the Peking road, 18 miles West ( Clicnju and about 40 miles South of Wiju. When the Japanese drove the Rus sians out of Chetigju last .Monday the Russians withdrew in two column, one going over the Koaksan Mad and the other over the Peking road. The Japanese advance from I'henju was made very rapidly. It was anticipated that the Russians would resist tins advance, but they failed to do so, and now it is not probable that there will be any further opposition South of the Yalu Kiver. C'henjii, because of its superior natural surroundings is the strongest place between I'ingyang a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 April 1904

"PERSEVERANCE" brilliant Sunday Sermon, By Rev. J. A. Tracy. apreulv li the Cheerfulness Born of Ihe Testimony ol Good Conscience. Brooklyn, N. Y. The I!ev. .T. A. Tra Mr, C. M., of Ucrmiintown, Pa., preached, Sunday, in the Church of the Visitation, Ml "Perseverance." Fattier Tracv took is his text, "lie faithful until death, and ( will give thee the t-own of life.'' (Apo lelypse ii: 10), nnd said: 1 can imagine no light more inspiring r more connoting than that which X be old before me to-day. Hundred of souls pave listened obediently to the voice ol Jod speaking through us and hundreds oj eorts have been opened to the infusion li grace from on high. Cheerfully and Bravely you have looked into the condi tion of your consciences nnd on detecting the marks of sin there you hastened to the tribunal of penance, you exposed the g lilt sontracted by sin, you resolved that with the help of Cod's grace you would never lompromise yourselves in the sight of Uod Ham. The absolution of Cod's ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 April 1904

ULTON COUNTyTiEWS. Published Every Thursday. B. Iff. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AlcCONNELLSBURG, PA. APRIL 6, 1904. Published Weekly. 51.00 per Annum in Advance. AllVKKTIM NO IIATKS Per square of lino 3 time ft Wt. Persguare paoh HutiMetjUfnt Insertion.... 60. Atl advertisements Inserted (or less than hree months ttharircd by the square. :i 'U iH. Hmos. yr. fine-fourth otiinn . . One-half column Otic Column ,.isn. I t-.si.nn. I ttn.fio . . :.'i.oi. 4o on. mi oo .. 10.00. M OO. I 75.00 WothlnB Inserted for less than II. Professional Cards one VPtires THE NETHERLANDS. Another Chapter of the Early History, by Henry Wolf. The new governor was Louis of Zunigaaml lveiUPseuse, who eu deavored to bring about a better condition of affairs, but failed, as lie could not reduce taxes, high as they were ; for ho could not raise sufficient funds to payoff the soldiers, who had not receiv ed their wages for a long time. This caused great iusubordina tion among them ; and they be came so troubles...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 April 1904

INTERESTING k'AkAGRAPHS Of Local and Qeneral Interest, Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Millinery OpeniDg April 8 and 0, Maye Johnston, Milliner. Easter service in the Lutheran church next Sunday evening at 7:15. Burgess Shaffoer went over to Harrisburg Tuesday to see Den Hur. Crisp as pie crust. The best little pretzels in town at Scott's grocery. 2t. Select your summer hat on the opening days, April 8 and 9, Maye Johnston, Milliner. Merchant J. K. Johnston made little trip down to Baltimore Tues day and Wednesday. The surest and safest remedy for kidney and bladder diseases is Foley's Kidney Cure. For Sale. Corn and Baled Hay at Trout's farm west of town. Inquire further at Trout's drug store. Canned sweet potatoes, pine apples, peaches, tomatoes, and corn only 10 cents each at Scott's grocery. 2t. Prof, and Mrs. Rife of the C. V. State Normal were the guests of Superintendent and Mrs. Bar ton from Saturday until Mon day. I. D. Thompso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 April 1904

TALE OF ?np!ron'i Tennie Moddl Studied hygienic twaddle. Till flic rot it in her noddle Tiiat ahe rmildn't live on food And he ucd to fit mul ponder n tho happy Over-Yonder Where the hnt angelic winder, And on audi tiling ahe would brood Nol'ning not by art dieted Mix Sophronia molested. Anil xlre lot herself interned With the rernaiiiia f.id. Till the little wit rrcntrd In her sic ill I evaporated. Ami ber common one wax stated To go slumping to the bail. Well, this Inle mul liave an ending, And it ia no mo pretendm Tliat the end wo are intending la a triumph, for it ain't; Miss Sophronm Jennie Muddle, Willi her hygienic twaddle, -iirougli eternity will toddle As a prodigestcd taint. I' iltimore News. o o o o Ihe Man of Resources By FRANKLIN WELLES CALKINS -UOJaV N the suiniiipr of lSii"," S an )t said Kelly, the post trailer, s X H,a,,,pt' ut i iake a ) consignment of goods to WOW the Black Hills country, where most of the blanket Indians were supposed to lie gathered. "I set out ...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 April 1904

'A prominent club forth, of St. Joseph, was cured of falling of the womb and its accompanying pains and misery by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. "Dkaii Mbs. Pinkham: Life looks dark indeed when a tyomaa feels that her strength is fading away and she has no hopes of ever beinff restored. Such was my feeling a few months ago when I was advised that my poor health was caused by prolapsus or falling of the womb. The words sounded like a knell to me, I felt that my sun had set ; but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound came to me as an elixir of life; it. restored the lost forces and built me up until my good health returned to me. For four months I took the medicin daily and each dose added health and strength. I am so thankful for the help I obtained through its use." Mas. Flobenc Dantobth, 1007 Miles Ave., St Joseph, Mich. A medicine that has restored so many women to health and can produce proof of the fact must be regarded with respect. This Is the record of Lydia E. Pinkha...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 6 April 1904

Subscribe foione! What? Tay lor's new np-to-cl:ito Atlas of Ful ton county. Only It i.s pri'dii'tcil by naturalists lliat tlio furmcrs will nut bo l.'I.-iii.vl with iiotiito bus tlio cornin;r summer, as most of tho JH'sts have iecu frown to doath. Tho frost extended two or three f ;c;t into the grouuel during the winter. Foley's Kidney Cure makes kidnoysanit bladders right. Don't delay taking. Fire broke out in the Wilson College buildings nt Chambers burg, last Thursday evening, but by the very prompt action of those having the building in charge the fire was controlled without causing any serious loss or damage. This is a good time to sub scrilie for tlio 1' ultox County News. Only a dollar a year in ad vance. Foley's Kidney Cure if taken in time affords security from all kid ney and bladder diseases. Mr. Jared 15. Hanks of Cham bersburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. I!. Hanks, formerly of this place, was (uitely married at the U. R parsonage in Chambersburg, last Thursday evening to Mi...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 April 1904

In mw. VOLUME 5. McCONNELLSllURG, PA., APRIL 13, 1904. NUMBER 30 DAYS OF AULD LANG SYNE. ! A Glimpse at the Earlier Half of the j Last Century. , WRITTEN BY "UNCLE" JAKE MILLER. Telia of the Schools la Hit Boyhood Dayi, and Weaves In Many Things of In terest In his Auto-blography. Continued from Inst week. In those day9 people made nearly all their own clothing. You would see a weaver's loom at uearly every house. Sheep and llax would be raised, and women would help to break the flax and spin it into thread, and weave towels ' and table cloths, and shirts and pants for men and boys ; they would spin the wool and weave blankets, and fine cloth all wool for the girls to wear for dresses, and would weave what they called linsey half wool and half cotton. That they used for every day wear. All had to wear good woolen stockings and good kip shoe. Often we would have to go tbvee miles to school and the girls would laugh about it all hearty aud cheeks as red as roses. I tell you none of th...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 April 1904

SPAIN'S EX'QDEEN IS DEAD A Tnmultuoas Rojal Career Ended in Paris. jRANDMOMER OF KING ALFONSO. The Lale Queen, Up lo Few Year Ago, Wi Moled for Her CheertolneM and JovlaHty la Fad II Was Thin Inherent Good Humor Which Made Her the Easy Vlillm of Many lolrigues. Paris, (By Cable). Ex-Queen Isa bella of Spain, grandmother of King Alfonso, died here at 945 o'clock A. M. from influenza, with complica tions. The American F.mbassy, which is opposite the Palace Castille, on the Avenue Klcber, the late Queen's resi dence, wit early informed of her death, and Ambassador Porter was among the first to call. The Infantas Isabella, F.ulalie and Marie, daughters of the Queen, were at the bedside when she died. The Queen had been afflicted with the grip two months, and it gradually affected the lungs. At night she be came unconscious and the death agony began at 7 A. M. The three infantas and Prince Ferdinand of Bavaria, hus band of the Infanta Marie, were sum moned to the bedside, but the dying O...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 April 1904

THE LASY PACE. It In "womanlike," we know. Yet when we pick lip a book iVe read but a page or so. Then we take a qirtet look At the last page at the end i Anil we fear ni wild alarm That the subtle plot may send. If "he" has "her" in hit arms. Then we start to read again; Chuckle at the hero' tvoe, I 'At hi atruggles all in vain ; ' Laniih berause he never know i That the damsel young and fair. I Who hi vow of love ha spurned ilWill be meekly waiting there When the final page i turned. And the villain all hi fun Would be rendered tint and spoiled; All hi schemes, so well begun. Would be very tamely foiled If he knew the ecret, too Knew the truth his heart to daunt; What the heroine would do, How she'd tell him to "Avauntl" Oftan when the hero seem Just, about to leave the race ' (Think his hope are idle dream. And the odd too great to face; Or the heroine, when he Wanders 'round, full of despair, We turn to the end, and see I How it wind up happy there. , Father's rage or mother' sc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 April 1904

FULTON COUNTY NEWS. Published livery Thursday. B. W. PECK, Editor and Proprietor. AkCONNELLSBURG, PA. APRIL 13, 1904, Published Weekly. 1.00 per Annum in Advance. tllVKIITIHIMU RATKS. 1'crsnu.iru of HllncsS tinier II AO. ii!r iimrc ein'h uihsequrnt Intrrtlon.... AO. Ail utlvi'riiNpineniH inserted for leM than hree inunth rihiirged by the miuurc. ;) (imoH. 1 yr. 'Ino fK'irlh column. Orie-h:ilf column.... One Column .I6.I. .. 40.00. I S) no. I tin no 4" 00. AO.00 AAOO. I 7.VO0 Nottilnir Insfrtt-d for les thun ft. Protlonal Ourd one vn.r IA A Postofllce Inspector. A week or two ago a self import aut individual appeared at tho jx)sti(lifo at Lutzvillc, Hertford county, stated that lie was a post office inspector, and told the post master he was sixty dollars short iu his accounts and that tho de partment had directed tho in spector to check his accounts. The inspector asked how much money was on hand. The post master's daughter was somewhat suspicious and promptly replied there was none...

Publication Title: Fulton County News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Fulton County news. — 13 April 1904

INTERESTING 1'AkAGRAPHS Of Local and General Interest; Gathered at Home or Clipped from our Exchanges. CONDENSED FOR HURRIED READERS. Crisp as pie-crust. The best little pretzels m town at Scott's grocery. 2t. The roofs ia this "place were white with snow early this (turn ing. John b Johnson ol Laldig spout Tuesday night in town on his return from a trip to Waynes boro. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Keeferof Webster Mills, spent a day this week with the Rev. and Mrs. Wolf of this place. Mrs. II. C. Sanders of Gettys burg, and Prof. John Sheely of Hanover are guests of Rev. and Mrs. Wolf at the Lutheran par sonage. Harry E. Huston of Clear Ridge who had been spending the past year down in Mississippi spent Tuesday at McConnellsbUrg on business. Mr. U. J. Shives of Thompson township, whose farm lies on the Mason & Dixon's line, was in McConnellsburg Monday even ing. J. M. SeagorofNewBloomfield representing a Harrisburg whole sale notion house, was registered at the Fulton House over Sun day. ...

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